Pilots On Ethiopian 737 MAX Followed Boeing Emergency Procedures

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Published on April 3, 2019 - Duration: 00:50s

Pilots On Ethiopian 737 MAX Followed Boeing Emergency Procedures

Business Insider reports Pilots on the Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max plane which crashed in March followed Boeing's emergency procedures, but still couldn't control the plane and prevent the disaster.

This comes from preliminary findings from an investigation.

Sources say the pilots followed Boeing's procedures and turned off the MCAS software system, but then turned it back on again and tried other steps to control the plane.

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Pilots On Ethiopian 737 MAX Followed Boeing Emergency Procedures

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